Cillian O'Connor

  • RTÉ will televise a remote presentation of the 2020 All Star awards this Saturday night, in line with Covid-19 restrictions.

    The All-Star hurling team and the Footballer and Hurler of the Year winners will be revealed during the show, with the football All-Stars being announced to the media on Friday morning.

    Mayo's Cillian O'Connor is shortlisted for the Footballer of the Year award, along with Dublin duo Brian Fenton and Ciaran Kilkenny.

    Mayo trio Tommy Conroy, Eoghan MacLaughlin and Oisin Mullin will battle it for Young Footballer of the Year.

    Limerick is expected to dominate the All-Star hurling team, after winning a second Liam MacCarthy Cup in three years, likewise, six-in-a-row champions Dublin in the football.

    The All-Star awards will be broadcast on RTE One television on Saturday evening at.635pm.


  • Cillian O’Connor has been announced as the player of the week.

    The Ballintubber club man produced a man of the match display in Mayo’s six point win over Roscommon on Sunday kicking nine points in the process.

    Cillian was also named in the team of the week along with Lee Keegan and Paddy Durcan.

  • Mayo look set to be without Cillian O'Connor for their first three Allianz Football League Division One games.

    The Ballintubber forward underwent keyhole surgery in December to fix some wear and tear behind his kneecap.

    Mayo open their top flight campaign with the visit of Roscommon to Castlebar on Saturday-week, before games with Tyrone and Cavan.

    It's hoped O'Connor could be fit for Mayo's meeting with Dublin at Croke Park on February 23rd.

  • It has been confirmed that Mayo star Cillian O’Connor sustained an Achilles Tendon injury in Sunday’s four point win over Clare.

    In a statement from Mayo GAA today they say that Cillian will require a procedure this week on the injury and wish him a speedy recovery.

  • Mayo's Cillian O'Connor has been voted Footballer of the Week.

    The prolific Ballintubber attacker earned 11, 396 votes on the official GAA Instagram page, with Mayo colleague Tommy Conroy second, and Dublin's Brian Fenton third.

    Cillian O'Connor scored 4-9 for James Horan's team in Sunday's All-Ireland senior football championship semi-final against Tipperary.



  • Cillian O’Connor is happy that the 2020 Football Championship is going ahead and feels players have just have to adapt to the new way of things.

    Speaking to Oisin Langan at AIB’s launch of the 2020 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, O‘Connor first spoke about his excitement to have inter-county football back before taking about the buzz of playing in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship.

    Sunday's Connacht Championship opener between Leitrim & Mayo will be live on Midwest Radio Sport.

    The game throws in at 1.15pm with Michael D. McAndrew & Martin Carney on commentary duty.